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Dancer2Dancer2 Posts: 5

I would like a good white hydrangea to be planted in a large pot.  Could anyone recommend a strong plant as I have a windy garden, please?   Thank  you. 


  • ObelixxObelixx Posts: 30,009

    Hydrangeas like moist soil so are sure you want to keep one in a pot and water it every day thru spring and summer and into autumn?   There are other shrubs with white flowers that would do better and cope with a dessicating wind.

    Last edited: 22 July 2017 21:14:18

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  • Mark56Mark56 Posts: 1,653

    I agree with Obelixx but if you are certain on a hydrangea, the best suited would be a lace cap, as mopheads & paniculatas have big heavy flowers, which are weighed down with rain, making them more likely to snap. If you can face them against a wall for some wind protection. They will never do as well in a pot as in the ground. 

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